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Rhonda Aboultaif PhD Graduate (WSU Node)

Rhonda Aboultaif

  • Title: PhD Graduate (WSU Node)
  • Program: Processing
Samra Alispahic PhD Graduate (WSU Node)

Samra Alispahic

  • Title: PhD Graduate (WSU Node)
  • Program: Processing
  • Institution: MARCs Institute

Recent Publications

  1. The relationship between speech perception and word learning at the initial state of second language acquisition

    Bibliography

    Samra Alispahic. 2017. The relationship between speech perception and word learning at the initial state of second language acquisition. Sydney : Western Sydney University PhD Thesis.

  2. Acoustic Properties Predict Perception of Unfamiliar Dutch Vowels by Adult Australian English and Peruvian Spanish Listeners

    Bibliography

    Samra Alispahic, Karen Mulak, and Paola Escudero. 2017. "Acoustic Properties Predict Perception of Unfamiliar Dutch Vowels by Adult Australian English and Peruvian Spanish Listeners." Frontiers in Psychology. 8: 52. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00052.

  3. More Vowels Are Not Always Better: Australian English and Peruvian Spanish Learners' Comparable Perception of Dutch Vowels

    Bibliography

    Paola Escudero, Karen Mulak, and Samra Alispahic. 2015. "More Vowels Are Not Always Better: Australian English and Peruvian Spanish Learners' Comparable Perception of Dutch Vowels". In Proceedings of the 39th annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, 40-51. Boston, USA.

  4. Acoustic distance explains speaker versus accent normalization in infancy

    Bibliography

    Paola Escudero, Karen Mulak, and Samra Alispahic. 2014. "Acoustic distance explains speaker versus accent normalization in infancy". In Proceedings of the 15th Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology 2-5 December 2014, Christchurch.

  5. Difficulty in discriminating non-native vowels: Are Dutch vowels easier for Australian English than Spanish listeners?

    Bibliography

    Samra Alispahic, Paola Escudero, and Karen Mulak. 2014. "Difficulty in discriminating non-native vowels: Are Dutch vowels easier for Australian English than Spanish listeners?". In Proceedings of Interspeech 2014, Christchurch.

Christina Atay Former Research Fellow (UQ Node)

Christina Atay

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (UQ Node)
  • Program: Technology
  • Institution: Queensland Brain Institute

Christina currently holds a conjoint position as Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Complex & Intelligent Systems Research Group (Prof. Janet Wiles) and the Queensland Brain Institute, both at The University of Queensland. Her research focuses on the effects of neurological disorders on communication abilities, with an emphasis on technologies that can assist in the identification and management of communication impairments. Her projects aim to develop novel smartphone-based technologies for the remote monitoring of voice, speech and communication in people with dementia, Parkinson’s disease and in healthy individuals. At CoEDL, Christina works under the supervision of Prof. Helen Chenery and Janet Wiles, collaborating with CoEDL members Daniel Angus (UQ) and Adam Vogel (UMelb) and CoEDL affiliates Jacki Liddle (UQ), David Ireland (CSIRO) and Erin Conway (ACU).

Recent Publications

  1. 'Trying to get a grip': Language competence and self-reported satisfaction with social relationships three decades post-childhod traumatic brain injury

    Bibliography

    Christina Atay, Sarah Ryan, and Fiona Lewis. 2016. "'Trying to get a grip': Language competence and self-reported satisfaction with social relationships three decades post-childhod traumatic brain injury." Journal of Head Tauma Rehabilitation. 31 (4): E30-E40. doi: 10.1097/HTR.0000000000000182.

  2. Conversational trouble and repair in dementia: Revision of an existing coding framework’

    Bibliography

    Rachel Sluis, Alana Campbell, Christina Atay, Erin Conway, Zaneta Mok, Anthony Angwin, Helen Chenery, and Brooke-Mai Whelan. 2019. "Conversational trouble and repair in dementia: Revision of an existing coding framework’." Journal of Communication Disorders. 81: 105912.

  3. Toward the Development of SMART Communication Technology: Automating the Analysis of Communicative Trouble and Repair in Dementia

    Bibliography

    Brooke-Mai Whelan, Daniel Angus, Janet Wiles, Helen Chenery, Erin Conway, David Copland, Christina Atay, and ANthony Angwin. 2018. "Toward the Development of SMART Communication Technology: Automating the Analysis of Communicative Trouble and Repair in Dementia." Innovation in Aging. 2 (3): igy034. doi: https://doi.org/10.1093/geroni/igy034.

  4. Hello harlie: Enabling speech monitoring through chat-bot conversations

    Bibliography

    David Ireland, Christina Atay, Jacki Liddle, Dana Bradford, Helen Lee, Olivia Rushin, Thomas Mullins, Daniel Angus, Janet Wiles, Simon McBride, and Adam Vogel. 2016. "Hello harlie: Enabling speech monitoring through chat-bot conversations". In Digital Health Innovation for Consumers, Clinicians, Connectivity and Community - Selected Papers from the 24th Australian National Health Informatics Conference, HIC 2016, 55-60. Melbourne, Australia.

  5. Balancing Self-tracking and Surveillance: Legal, Ethical and Technological Issues in Using Smartphones to Monitor Communication in People with Health Conditions

    Bibliography

    Jacki Liddle, Mark Burdon, David Ireland, Adrian Carter, Christina Atay, Nastassja Milevskiy, Simon McBride, Helen Chenery, and Wayne Hall. 2016. "Balancing Self-tracking and Surveillance: Legal, Ethical and Technological Issues in Using Smartphones to Monitor Communication in People with Health Conditions." Journal of Law and Medicine. 24 (2): 387-397.

Andrew Beck Former Research Fellow (UQ Node)

Andrew Beck

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (UQ Node)
  • Program: Technology/Evolution
  • Institution: University of Queensland

Recent Publications

  1. An Automated Approach to Examining Pausing in the Speech of People With Dementia

    Bibliography

    Rachel Sluis, Daniel Angus, Janet Wiles, Andrew Beck, Ting Ting Gibson, Jacki Liddle, Peter Worthy, David Copland, and Anthony Angwin. 2020. "An Automated Approach to Examining Pausing in the Speech of People With Dementia." American Journal of Alzheimer's Disease & Other Dementias. doi: https://doi.org/10.1177/1533317520939773.

James Bednall PhD Graduate (ANU Node)

James Bednall

  • Title: PhD Graduate (ANU Node)
  • Program: Shape
  • Institution: Groote Island Language Centre

Recent Publications

  1. Temporal, aspectual and modal expression in Anindilyakwa, the language of the Groote Eylandt Archipelago, Australia

    Bibliography

    James Bednall. 2020. Temporal, aspectual and modal expression in Anindilyakwa, the language of the Groote Eylandt Archipelago, Australia. Canberra : Australian National University & Université Paris Diderot PhD Thesis.

Mat Bettinson PhD Graduate (UM Node)

Mat Bettinson

  • Title: PhD Graduate (UM Node)
  • Program: Shape
  • Institution: Charles Darwin University
Cathy Bow PhD Graduate (ANU Node)

Cathy Bow

  • Title: PhD Graduate (ANU Node)
  • Program: Shape

Recent Publications

  1. Preserving a living archive of Indigenous language material

    Bibliography

    Cathy Bow. 2016. "Preserving a living archive of Indigenous language material". In Proceedings of the 18th Biennial Conference and Exhibition, 1-16. Warrandyte, VIC.

  2. Collaboratively designing an online course to teach an Australian Indigenous language at university

    Bibliography

    Cathy Bow. 2019. "Collaboratively designing an online course to teach an Australian Indigenous language at university." Babel. 54 (1/2): 54–60.

  3. Observing and respecting diverse knowledge traditions in a digital archive of Indigenous language materials

    Bibliography

    Cathy Bow, and Patricia Hepworth. 2019. "Observing and respecting diverse knowledge traditions in a digital archive of Indigenous language materials." Journal of Copyright in Education and Librarianship. 3 (1): 1–36. doi: https://doi.org/10.17161/jcel.v3i1.7485.

  4. Diverse socio-technical aspects of a digital archive of Aboriginal languages

    Bibliography

    Cathy Bow. 2019. "Diverse socio-technical aspects of a digital archive of Aboriginal languages." Archives and Manuscripts. 0 (0): 1-19. doi: https://doi.org/10.1080/01576895.2019.1570282.

  5. Digital Futures for Bilingual Books

    Bibliography

    Bow, Cathy, Christie, Michael, and Devlin, Brian. 2017. "Digital Futures for Bilingual Books". In History of Bilingual Education in the Northern Territory, 347-353. Singapore: Springer.

Timothy Brickell Former Research Fellow (UM Node)

Timothy Brickell

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (UM Node)
  • Program: Shape/Archiving

Recent Publications

  1. Language contact in North Sulawesi: Preliminary observations

    Bibliography

    Timothy Brickell. 2020. "Language contact in North Sulawesi: Preliminary observations." NUSA: Linguistic studies of languages in and around Indonesia. 68:

  2. Do grammatical relations reflect information status? Reassessing Preferred Argument Structure theory against discourse data from Tondano

    Bibliography

    Timothy Brickell, and Stefan Schnell. 2017. "Do grammatical relations reflect information status? Reassessing Preferred Argument Structure theory against discourse data from Tondano." Linguistic Typology. 21 (1): 177-208. doi: 10.1515/lingty-2017-0005.

Lydia Byrne PhD Graduate (UQ Node)

Lydia Byrne

  • Title: PhD Graduate (UQ Node)
  • Program: Technology

Recent Publications

  1. Semantic scaffolding: the co-construction of visualization meaning through reader experience

    Bibliography

    Lydia Byrne. 2018. Semantic scaffolding: the co-construction of visualization meaning through reader experience. Brisbane : University of Queensland PhD Thesis.

  2. Figurative frames: a critical vocabulary for images in information visualization

    Bibliography

    Lydia Byrne, Daniel Angus, and Janet Wiles. 2017. "Figurative frames: a critical vocabulary for images in information visualization." Information Visualization. 18 (1): 45-67. doi: 10.1177/1473871617724212.

  3. Acquired Codes of Meaning in Data Visualization and Infographics: Beyond Perceptual Primitives

    Bibliography

    Lydia Byrne, Daniel Angus, and Janet Wiles. 2015. "Acquired Codes of Meaning in Data Visualization and Infographics: Beyond Perceptual Primitives." IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics. 22 (1): 509-518. doi: 10.1109/TVCG.2015.2467321.

Matthew Carroll PhD Graduate (ANU Node)

Matthew Carroll

  • Title: PhD Graduate (ANU Node)
  • Program: Shape
  • Institution: University of Surrey

Recent Publications

  1. Discontinuous noun phrases in Ngkolmpu

    Bibliography

    Matthew Carroll. 2020. "Discontinuous noun phrases in Ngkolmpu." Studies in language. 44 (1): 1-22. doi: http://doi.org/10.1075/sl.19015.car.

  2. In press: Discontinuous Noun Phrases in Ngkolmpu

    Bibliography

    Matthew Carroll. "In press: Discontinuous Noun Phrases in Ngkolmpu." Studies in Language.

  3. The languages of Southern New Guinea

    Bibliography

    Evans, Nicholas, Arka, Wayan, Carroll, Matthew, Choi, Yun Jung, Döhler, Christian, Gast, Volker, Kashima, Eri, Mittag, Emil, Olsson, Bruno, Quinn, Kyla, Schokkin, Dineke, Tama, Philip, Tongeren, Charlotte van, Siegel, Jeff, and Palmer, Bill. 2018. "The languages of Southern New Guinea". In The Languages and Linguistics of the New Guinea Area, 641–774. De Gruyter.

  4. The Ngkolmpu Language with special reference to distributed exponence

    Bibliography

    Matthew Carroll. 2016. The Ngkolmpu Language with special reference to distributed exponence. Canberra : Australian National University PhD Thesis.

  5. The languages of Southern New Guinea

    Bibliography

    Evans, Nicholas, Arka, Wayan, Carroll, Matthew, Dohler, Christian, Kashima, Eri, Mittag, Emil, Gast, Volker, Schokkin, Dineke, Quinn, Kyla, Tama, Philip, Van Tongeren, Charlotte, Olsson, Bruno, and Siegel, Jeff. 2017. "The languages of Southern New Guinea". In The Languages and Linguistics of New Guinea: A Comprehensive Guide, 641-774. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.

Franklin Chang Former Partner Investigator

Franklin Chang

  • Title: Former Partner Investigator
  • Program: Processing/Learning
  • Institution: Kobe City University for Foreign Studies in Kobe, Japan

Recent Publications

  1. Four-year-old Cantonese-speaking children's online processing of relative clauses: a permutation analysis

    Bibliography

    Angel Chan, Wenchun Yang, Franklin Chang, and Evan Kidd. 2017. "Four-year-old Cantonese-speaking children's online processing of relative clauses: a permutation analysis." Journal of Child Language. 45 (1): 174-203. doi: 10.1017/S0305000917000198.

  2. Four-year-old Mandarin-speaking children’s online comprehension of relative clauses

    Bibliography

    Wenchun Yang, Angel Chan, Franklin Chang, and Evan Kidd. 2020. "Four-year-old Mandarin-speaking children’s online comprehension of relative clauses." Cognition. 196: 104103. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cognition.2019.104103.

  3. Four-year-old Cantonese-speaking children's online processing of relative clauses: A permutation analysis

    Bibliography

    Angel Chan, Wenchun Yang, Franklin Chang, and Evan Kidd. 2018. "Four-year-old Cantonese-speaking children's online processing of relative clauses: A permutation analysis." Journal of Child Language. 174-203. doi: 10.1017/S0305000917000198.

Jiyoun Choi PhD Graduate (WSU Node)

Jiyoun Choi

  • Title: PhD Graduate (WSU Node)
  • Program: Processing
  • Institution: Hanyang University, Seoul

Recent Publications

  1. Searching for importance: focus facilitates memory for words in English

    Bibliography

    Heather Kember, Jiyoun Choi, and Jenny Yu. 2016. "Searching for importance: focus facilitates memory for words in English". In Proceedings of the S16th Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, 181-184. Parramatta, Australia.

  2. The processing of linguistic prominence

    Bibliography

    Heather Kember, Jiyoun Choi, Anne Cutler, and Jenny Yu. 2019. "The processing of linguistic prominence." Language and Speech. doi: https://doi.org/10.1177/0023830919880217.

  3. Early phonology revealed by international adoptees' birth language retention

    Bibliography

    Jiyoun Choi, Mirjam Broersma, and Anne Cutler. 11 July 2017. "Early phonology revealed by international adoptees' birth language retention." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 114 (28): 7307-7312. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1706405114.

  4. Early development of abstract language knowledge: Evidence from perception-production transfer of birth-language memory

    Bibliography

    Jiyoun Choi, Anne Cutler, and Mirjam Broersma. 2017. "Early development of abstract language knowledge: Evidence from perception-production transfer of birth-language memory." Royal Society Open Science. 4 (1): 160660. doi: 10.1098/rsos.160660.

  5. Processing advantages for focused words in Korean

    Bibliography

    Heather Kember, Jiyoun Choi, and Anne Cutler. June 2016. "Processing advantages for focused words in Korean". In Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2016, Boston.

Claudia Cialone PhD Graduate (ANU Node)

Claudia Cialone

  • Title: PhD Graduate (ANU Node)
  • Program: Learning

Recent Publications

  1. Geomapped semantics of Bininj Kunwok orientation lexicon

    Bibliography

    Claudia Cialone. 2020. "Geomapped semantics of Bininj Kunwok orientation lexicon." Hunter Gatherer Research. 4 (3): 391–409. doi: https://doi.org/10.3828/hgr.2018.24.

  2. Placing spatial language and cognition in context through an investigation of Bininj Kunwok navigation talk

    Bibliography

    Claudia Cialone. 2019. Placing spatial language and cognition in context through an investigation of Bininj Kunwok navigation talk. Canberra : Australian National University PhD Thesis.

  3. Sculptors, architects and painters conceive of depicted spaces differently

    Bibliography

    Claudia Cialone, Thora Tenbrink, and Hugo Spiers. 2017. "Sculptors, architects and painters conceive of depicted spaces differently." Cognitive Science. 42 (2): 524-553. doi: 10.1111/cogs.12510.

Noelie Creaghe PhD Graduate (ANU Node)

Noelie Creaghe

  • Title: PhD Graduate (ANU Node)
  • Program: Learning

Recent Publications

  1. Symbolic Play and Language Acquisition: The Dynamics of Infant-Caretaker Communication during Symbolic Play

    Bibliography

    Noelie Creaghe. 2020. Symbolic Play and Language Acquisition: The Dynamics of Infant-Caretaker Communication during Symbolic Play. Canberra : Australian National University PhD Thesis.

Don Daniels Former Research Fellow (ANU Node)

Don Daniels

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (ANU Node)
  • Program: Shape
  • Institution: University of Oregon

Recent Publications

  1. Repartitioning

    Bibliography

    Don Daniels, and Greville G. Corbett. 2019. "Repartitioning." Language. 95 (4): 711-750. doi: 10.1353/lan.2019.0071.

  2. Repartitioning

    Bibliography

    Don Daniels, and Greville Corbett. 2019. "Repartitioning." Language. 95 (4): 711-750.

  3. Subgrouping the Sogeram languages

    Bibliography

    Danielle Barth, Wolfgang Barth, and Don Daniels. 2019. "Subgrouping the Sogeram languages." Journal of Historical Linguistics. 9 (1): 92-127..

  4. A method for mitigating the problem of borrowing in syntactic reconstruction

    Bibliography

    Don Daniels. 2017. "A method for mitigating the problem of borrowing in syntactic reconstruction." Studies in Language. 41 (3): 577-614. doi: 10.1075/sl.41.3.02dan.

  5. Gants is a Sogeram language

    Bibliography

    Don Daniels. 2017. "Gants is a Sogeram language." Language and Linguistics in Melanesia. 35: 82-93.

Lucinda Davidson PhD Graduate (UM Node)

Lucinda Davidson

  • Title: PhD Graduate (UM Node)
  • Program: Learning

Recent Publications

  1. Language Contact and Change through Child First Language Acquisition

    Bibliography

    O'Shannessy, Carmel, and Davidson, Lucinda. 2020. "Language Contact and Change through Child First Language Acquisition". In The Handbook of Language Contact, 67-91. Wiley.

  2. In press: Input and Child Directed Speech in Australian Aboriginal Communities

    Bibliography

    Davidson, Lucinda, Kelly, Barbara, Wigglesworth, Gillian, and Nordlinger, Rachel. "In press: Input and Child Directed Speech in Australian Aboriginal Communities". In Handbook of Australian Languages, OUP.

  3. In press: Language contact and change through child first language acquisition

    Bibliography

    O’Shannessy, Carmel, and Davidson, Lucinda. "In press: Language contact and change through child first language acquisition". In Handbook of Language Contact,

  4. Allies and adversaries: categories in Murrinhpatha speaking children's talk

    Bibliography

    Lucinda Davidson. 2018. Allies and adversaries: categories in Murrinhpatha speaking children's talk. Melbourne : University of Melbourne PhD Thesis.

  5. The acquisition of Murrinhpatha (Northern Australia)

    Bibliography

    Forshaw, William, Davidson, Lucinda, Kelly, Barbara, Nordlinger, Rachel, Wigglesworth, Gillian, and Blythe, Joseph. 2017. "The acquisition of Murrinhpatha (Northern Australia)". In The Oxford Handbook of Polysynthesis, 473-494. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Greg Dickson Former Research Fellow (UQ Node)

Greg Dickson

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (UQ Node)
  • Program: Shape
  • Institution: Meigim Kriol Strongbala (a community education program in Ngukurr, NT)

Recent Publications

  1. Variation in the reflexive in Australian Kriol

    Bibliography

    Greg Dickson, and Gautier Durantin. 2019. "Variation in the reflexive in Australian Kriol." Asia-Pacific Language Variation. 5 (2): 171-207. doi: https://doi.org/10.1075/aplv.00005.dic.

  2. Aboriginal English(es)

    Bibliography

    Dickson, Greg. 2020. "Aboriginal English(es)". In Australian English Reimagined: structure, features and developments, 134-15. New York/London: Routledge.

  3. Rethinking the substrates of Roper River Kriol: the case of Marra

    Bibliography

    Dickson, Greg. 2016. "Rethinking the substrates of Roper River Kriol: the case of Marra". In Loss and Renewal: Australian Languages since Colonisation, 145-173. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

  4. Rethinking the substrates of Roper River Kriol: the case of Marra

    Bibliography

    Dickson, Greg. 2016. "Rethinking the substrates of Roper River Kriol: the case of Marra". In Loss and Renewal: Australian Languages Since Contact, 145-173. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Samantha Disbray Former Research Fellow (ANU Node)

Samantha Disbray

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (ANU Node)
  • Program: Shape
  • Institution: University of Queensland

Recent Publications

  1. Boarding schools for remote secondary Aboriginal learners in the Northern Territory. Smooth transition or rough ride?

    Bibliography

    John Guenther, Gina Milgate, Bill Perrett, Tessa Benveniste, Sam Osborne, and Samantha Disbray. 2016. "Boarding schools for remote secondary Aboriginal learners in the Northern Territory. Smooth transition or rough ride?". In The Australian Association for Educational Research, Melbourne, Australia.

  2. Which MATter matters in PATtern borrowing? The direction of case syncretisms

    Bibliography

    Felicity Meakins, Samantha Disbray, and Jane Simpson. 2020. "Which MATter matters in PATtern borrowing? The direction of case syncretisms." Morphology. 30 (2) doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11525-020-09357-3.

  3. Talking together: how language documentation and teaching practice support oral language development in bilingual education programs

    Bibliography

    Samantha Disbray, Carmel O’Shannessy, Gretel MacDonald, and Barbara Martin. 2020. "Talking together: how language documentation and teaching practice support oral language development in bilingual education programs." International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism. 23: doi: doi.org/10.1080/13670050.2020.1767535.

  4. Red Dirt Education: A compilation of learnings from the Remote Education Systems project

    Bibliography

    Samantha Disbray, John Guenther, and Sam Osborne. 2016. Red Dirt Education: A compilation of learnings from the Remote Education Systems project. Alice Springs : Ninti One Limited.

  5. Indigenous children’s language practices in Australia – a review of the literature

    Bibliography

    Disbray, Samantha, and Wigglesworth, Gillian. 2019. "Indigenous children’s language practices in Australia – a review of the literature". In Handbook on Minority Languages and communities, 357 - 382. Palgrave Macmillan.

Daniela Diedrich PhD Graduate (UM Node)

Daniela Diedrich

  • Title: PhD Graduate (UM Node)
  • Program: Shape
  • Institution: University of Melbourne

Topic: A Grammar of Paku, a Language of Central Kalimantan Supervisors: Nick Thieberger, Rachel Nordlinger, Sander Adelaar Daniela did her undergraduate studies at the University of Cologne and La Trobe University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in 2010. Her Honours research focused on the phonology of Tombulu, a Minahasan language spoken in North Sulawesi, which ignited a keen interest in Austronesian linguistics. Daniela’s PhD research is concerned with the documentation of Paku, a highly endangered Southeast Barito language spoken in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia. She works with speakers to compile a grammar, a dictionary and texts in order to not only preserve the language but also the cultural heritage for future generations. Of particular interest in Paku are the harmony systems in the phonology as well as the at times complex verbal morphology. As a member of the Southeast Barito language family, Paku is closely related to Malagasy and the documentation of the Bornean Southeast Barito languages will hopefully contribute to research into the migration of the Malagasy.

Sally Dixon PhD Graduate (ANU Node)

Sally Dixon

  • Title: PhD Graduate (ANU Node)
  • Program: Shape
  • Institution: Universitat Jena, Germany

Recent Publications

  1. Alyawarr children's variable present temporal reference expression in two, closely-related languages of Central Australia

    Bibliography

    Sally Dixon. 2017. Alyawarr children's variable present temporal reference expression in two, closely-related languages of Central Australia. Canberra : Australian National University PhD Thesis.

  2. Alyawarr Children’s Use of Two Closely Related Languages

    Bibliography

    Dixon, Sally. 2018. "Alyawarr Children’s Use of Two Closely Related Languages". In Language Practices of Indigenous Children and Youth: The Transition from Home to School, 271-299. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

  3. Making the ESL classroom visible: Indigenous Australian children’s early education

    Bibliography

    Dixon, Sally, Gawne, Lauren, Morales, Gemma, Poetsch, Susan, and Wigglesworth, Gillian. 2016. "Making the ESL classroom visible: Indigenous Australian children’s early education". In Early Childhood Education in English for Speakers of Other Languages, 111-136. London: British Council.

  4. Dodgy data, language invisibility and the implications for social inclusion: A critical analysis of Indigenous student language data in Queensland schools

    Bibliography

    Sally Dixon, and Denise Angelo. 2014. "Dodgy data, language invisibility and the implications for social inclusion: A critical analysis of Indigenous student language data in Queensland schools." Australian Review of Applied Linguistics. 37 (3): 213-233. doi: 10.1075/aral.37.3.02dix.

  5. Australian Indigenous children’s early education in remote communities: how visible is ESL?

    Bibliography

    Wigglesworth, Gillian, Dixon, Sally, Moses, Karin, and Gawne, Lauren. 2016. "Australian Indigenous children’s early education in remote communities: how visible is ESL?". In Early Childhood Education in English to Speakers of Other Languages, London: British Council.

Marie-France Duhamel PhD Graduate (ANU Node)

Marie-France Duhamel

  • Title: PhD Graduate (ANU Node)
  • Program: Wellsprings

Recent Publications

  1. Variation in Raga - a quantitative and qualitative study of the language of North Pentecost, Vanuatu

    Bibliography

    Marie-France Duhamel. 2020. Variation in Raga - a quantitative and qualitative study of the language of North Pentecost, Vanuatu. Canberra : Australian National University PhD Thesis.

  2. The possessive classifiers in Raga, Vanuatu: an investigation of their use and function in natural speech

    Bibliography

    Marie-France Duhamel. 2019. "The possessive classifiers in Raga, Vanuatu: an investigation of their use and function in natural speech." Te Reo, the Journal of the Linguistic Society of New Zealand. 62 (1)

Gautier Durantin Former Research Fellow (UQ Node)

Gautier Durantin

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (UQ Node)
  • Program: Technology
  • Institution: IBM Interactive, France

Recent Publications

  1. Variation in the reflexive in Australian Kriol

    Bibliography

    Greg Dickson, and Gautier Durantin. 2019. "Variation in the reflexive in Australian Kriol." Asia-Pacific Language Variation. 5 (2): 171-207. doi: https://doi.org/10.1075/aplv.00005.dic.

  2. Spatiotemporal Aspects of Engagement during Dialogic Storytelling Child–Robot Interaction

    Bibliography

    Scott Heath, Gautier Durantin, Marie Boden, Kristyn Sommer, Jonathan Taufatofua, Ola Olsson, Paul Pounds, Jason Weigel, and Janet Wiles. 2017. "Spatiotemporal Aspects of Engagement during Dialogic Storytelling Child–Robot Interaction." Frontiers in Robotics and AI. 4: doi: 10.3389/frobt.2017.00027.

  3. Social Moments: A Perspective on Interaction for Social Robotics

    Bibliography

    Gautier Durantin, Scott Heath, and Janet Wiles. 2017. "Social Moments: A Perspective on Interaction for Social Robotics." Frontiers in Robotics and AI. 4: 24. doi: 10.3389/frobt.2017.00024.

Anne Dwyer PhD Graduate (WSU Node)

Anne Dwyer

  • Title: PhD Graduate (WSU Node)
  • Program: Learning
  • Institution: Research, Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist Uniting Australia, Campbelltown
Cris Edmonds-Wathen Former Research Fellow (UM Node)

Cris Edmonds-Wathen

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (UM Node)
  • Program: Shape

Recent Publications

  1. Linguistic methodologies for investigating and representing multiple languages in mathematics education research

    Bibliography

    Cris Edmonds-Wathen. 2019. "Linguistic methodologies for investigating and representing multiple languages in mathematics education research." Research in mathematics education. 21 (2): 119-134. doi: https://doi.org/10.1080/14794802.2019.1615981.

  2. Bringing ethnomathematics to elementary schools in Papua New Guinea: A design-based research project

    Bibliography

    Kay Owens, Cris Edmonds-Wathen, and Vagi Bino. 2015. "Bringing ethnomathematics to elementary schools in Papua New Guinea: A design-based research project." Revista Latino Americana de Etnomatemática. 8 (2): 32-52.

  3. Indigenous language speaking students learning mathematics in English: Expectations of and for teachers

    Bibliography

    Cris Edmonds-Wathen. 2015. "Indigenous language speaking students learning mathematics in English: Expectations of and for teachers." Australian Journal of Indigenous Education. 44 (1): 48-58. doi: 10.1017/jie.2015.9.

  4. Distribution, recognition and representation: Mathematics education and Indigenous students

    Bibliography

    Edmonds-Wathen, Cris, Meaney, Tamsin, McMurchy-Pilkington, Cris, and Trinick, Tony. 2016. "Distribution, recognition and representation: Mathematics education and Indigenous students". In Research in mathematics education in Australasia 2012-2015, 145-167. Singapore: Springer.

  5. Impact of differing grammatical structures in mathematics teaching and learning

    Bibliography

    Edmonds-Wathen, Cris, Trinick, Tony, and Durand-Guerrier, Viviane. 2016. "Impact of differing grammatical structures in mathematics teaching and learning". In Mathematics education and linguistic diversity: The 21st ICMI study, 23-46. Cham: Springer.

Elizabeth Ellis Former Research Fellow (ANU Node)

Elizabeth Ellis

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (ANU Node)
  • Program: Shape

Recent Publications

  1. Language vitality in and out of school in a remote Indigenous Australian context

    Bibliography

    Kral, Inge, and Ellis, Elizabeth. 2019. "Language vitality in and out of school in a remote Indigenous Australian context". In A World of Indigenous Languages—Politics, Pedagogies, and Prospects for Language Revitalization and Maintenance, Bristol: Multilingual Matters.

  2. Pointing to the body: Kin signs in Australian Indigenous sign languages

    Bibliography

    Jennifer Green, Anastasia Bauer, Alice Gaby, and Elizabeth Ellis. 2018. "Pointing to the body: Kin signs in Australian Indigenous sign languages." Gesture. 17 (1): 1-36.

  3. Family in mind: Socio-spatial knowledge in a Ngaatjatjarra/Ngaanyatjarra children’s game

    Bibliography

    Elizabeth Ellis, Jennifer Green, and Inge Kral. 2017. "Family in mind: Socio-spatial knowledge in a Ngaatjatjarra/Ngaanyatjarra children’s game." Research on Children and Social Interaction. 1 (2): 164–198. doi: 10.1558/rcsi.28442.

  4. I See Something Better Soon: How a Remote Community Was Transformed through Empowerment

    Bibliography

    Elizabeth Ellis, and Inge Kral. 2016. "I See Something Better Soon: How a Remote Community Was Transformed through Empowerment." Aboriginal History. 40: 289-291.

  5. Pictures from My Memory: My Story as a Ngaatjatjarra Woman

    Bibliography

    Elizabeth Ellis. 2016. Pictures from My Memory: My Story as a Ngaatjatjarra Woman. Canberra : Aboriginal Studies Press.

Mark Ellison Former Research Fellow (ANU Node)

Mark Ellison

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (ANU Node)
  • Program: Wellsprings
  • Institution: University of Cologne

Recent Publications

  1. The sky is falling: evidence of a negativity bias in the social transmission of information

    Bibliography

    Keely Bebbington, Colin MacLeod, Mark Ellison, and Nicolas Fay. 2017. "The sky is falling: evidence of a negativity bias in the social transmission of information." Evolution and Human Behavior. 38 (1): 92-101. doi: 10.1016/j.evolhumbehav.2016.07.004.

  2. Automated Parsing of Interlinear Glossed Text From Page Images of Grammatical Descriptions

    Bibliography

    Erich Round, Jayden Macklin-Cordes, Mark Ellison, and Sacha Beniamine. 2020. "Automated Parsing of Interlinear Glossed Text From Page Images of Grammatical Descriptions". In Proceedings of the 12th Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2020), 2871–2876. Marseille.

  3. Applying the cultural ratchet to a social artefact: The cumulative cultural evolution of a language game

    Bibliography

    Nicolas Fay, Mark Ellison, Kristian Tylen, Riccardo Fusaroli, Bradley Walker, and Simon Garrod. 2018. "Applying the cultural ratchet to a social artefact: The cumulative cultural evolution of a language game." Evolution & Human Behavior. 39 (3): 300-309. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.evolhumbehav.2018.02.002.

  4. Probing the implicit suicidal mind: Does the Death/Suicide Implicit Association Test reveal a desire to die, or a diminished desire to live?

    Bibliography

    Dominique Harrison, Werner Stritzke, Nicolas Fay, Mark Ellison, and Abdul-Rahman Hudaib. 2014. "Probing the implicit suicidal mind: Does the Death/Suicide Implicit Association Test reveal a desire to die, or a diminished desire to live?." Psychological Assessment. 26 (3): 831-840. doi: 10.1037/pas0000001.

  5. Iconicity: From Sign To System In Human Communication and Language

    Bibliography

    Nicolas Fay, Mark Ellison, and Simon Garrod. December 2015. "Iconicity: From Sign To System In Human Communication and Language." Pragmatics & Cognition. 22 (2): 244-263. doi: 10.1075/pc.22.2.05fay.

Jaydene Elvin PhD Graduate (WSU Node)

Jaydene Elvin

  • Title: PhD Graduate (WSU Node)
  • Program: Processing
  • Institution: California State University, Fresno

Recent Publications

  1. The relationship between perception and production of Brazilian Portuguese vowels in European Spanish monolinguals

    Bibliography

    Jaydene Elvin, Daniel Williams, and Paola Escudero. 2017. "The relationship between perception and production of Brazilian Portuguese vowels in European Spanish monolinguals." Loquens. 3 (2) doi: 10.3989/loquens.2016.031.

  2. An acoustic phonetic description of Nungon vowels

    Bibliography

    Hannah Sarvasy, Jaydene Elvin, Weicong Li, and Paola Escudero. 2020. "An acoustic phonetic description of Nungon vowels." Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. Special Issue.. 147 (4): 2891-2900. doi: doi.org/10.1121/10.0001003.

  3. Lebanese Arabic listeners find Australian English vowels easy to discriminate

    Bibliography

    Ronda Aboultaif, Jaydene Elvin, Daniel Williams, and Paola Escudero. 2016. "Lebanese Arabic listeners find Australian English vowels easy to discriminate". In Proceedings of the 16th Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, 297-300. Parramatta, Australia.

  4. The relationship between Australian English speakers’ non-native perception and production of Brazilian Portuguese vowels

    Bibliography

    Jaydene Elvin, Paola Escudero, Daniel Williams, and Catherine Best. 2016. "The relationship between Australian English speakers’ non-native perception and production of Brazilian Portuguese vowels". In Proceedings of the 16th Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, 293-296. Parramatta, Australia.

  5. The role of the native language in non-native perception and spoken word recognition : English vs. Spanish learners of Portuguese

    Bibliography

    Jaydene Elvin. 2016. The role of the native language in non-native perception and spoken word recognition : English vs. Spanish learners of Portuguese. Sydney : Western Sydney University PhD Thesis.

Thomas Ennever MPhil Graduate (UQ Node)

Thomas Ennever

  • Title: MPhil Graduate (UQ Node)
  • Program: Shape

Recent Publications

  1. Fickle fricatives: Fricative and stop perception in Gurindji Kriol, Roper Kriol, and Standard Australian English

    Bibliography

    Jesse Stewart, Felicity Meakins, Cassandra Algy, Thomas Ennever, and Angelina Joshua. 2020. "Fickle fricatives: Fricative and stop perception in Gurindji Kriol, Roper Kriol, and Standard Australian English." Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. Special Issue.. 147 (4): 2766. doi: doi.org/10.1121/10.0000991.

  2. Nominal and pronominal morphology of Ngardi: A Ngumpin-Yapa language of Western Australia

    Bibliography

    Thomas Ennever. 2018. Nominal and pronominal morphology of Ngardi: A Ngumpin-Yapa language of Western Australia. Brisbane : University of Queensland MPhil Thesis.

  3. A replicable acoustic measure of lenition and the nature of variability in Gurindji stops

    Bibliography

    Thomas Ennever, Felicity Meakins, and Erich Round. 2017. "A replicable acoustic measure of lenition and the nature of variability in Gurindji stops." Laboratory Phonology. 8 (1): 1-32. doi: 10.5334/labphon.18.

Marco Espinoza PhD Graduate (UM Node)

Marco Espinoza

  • Title: PhD Graduate (UM Node)
  • Program: Learning
  • Institution: University of Chile, Santiago
Amit German MPhil Graduate (WSU Node)

Amit German

  • Title: MPhil Graduate (WSU Node)
  • Program: Learning

Recent Publications

  1. A description of the rhythm of Barunga Kriol using rhythm metrics and an analysis of vowel reduction

    Bibliography

    Amit German. 2018. A description of the rhythm of Barunga Kriol using rhythm metrics and an analysis of vowel reduction. Sydney : Western Sydney University.

  2. Review of F4transkript, a simple interface for efficient annotation

    Bibliography

    Caroline Jones, and Amit German. 2016. "Review of F4transkript, a simple interface for efficient annotation." Language Documentation & Conservation. 10: 347-355.

Ting Ting Gibson PhD Graduate (UQ Node)

Ting Ting Gibson

  • Title: PhD Graduate (UQ Node)
  • Program: Technology

Recent Publications

  1. An Automated Approach to Examining Pausing in the Speech of People With Dementia

    Bibliography

    Rachel Sluis, Daniel Angus, Janet Wiles, Andrew Beck, Ting Ting Gibson, Jacki Liddle, Peter Worthy, David Copland, and Anthony Angwin. 2020. "An Automated Approach to Examining Pausing in the Speech of People With Dementia." American Journal of Alzheimer's Disease & Other Dementias. doi: https://doi.org/10.1177/1533317520939773.

  2. Inspired by nature: timescale-free and grid-free event-based computing with spiking neural networks

    Bibliography

    Ting Ting Gibson. 2018. Inspired by nature: timescale-free and grid-free event-based computing with spiking neural networks. Brisbane : University of Queensland PhD Thesis.

Simon Gonzalez Former Research Fellow (ANU Node)

Simon Gonzalez

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (ANU Node)
  • Program: Evolution
  • Institution: The Australian National University

Recent Publications

  1. Australia Speaks 2020 App (http://www.dynamicsoflanguage.edu.au/sydney-speaks/sydney-speaks-apps/australia-speaks-2020/)

    Bibliography

    Catherine Travis, Cale Johnstone, and Simon Gonzalez. 2020. Australia Speaks 2020 App (http://www.dynamicsoflanguage.edu.au/sydney-speaks/sydney-speaks-apps/australia-speaks-2020/).

  2. In press: Applications of Natural Language Processing in Bilingual Language Teaching: An Indonesian-English Case Study

    Bibliography

    Zara Maxwell-Smith, Ben Foley, Simon Gonzalez, and H Suominen. "In press: Applications of Natural Language Processing in Bilingual Language Teaching: An Indonesian-English Case Study". In Proceedings of the 15th Workshop on Innovative Use of NLP for Building Educational Applications,

  3. Comparing the performance of forced aligners used in sociophonetic research

    Bibliography

    Simon Gonzalez, James Grama, and Catherine Travis. 2020. "Comparing the performance of forced aligners used in sociophonetic research." Linguistics Vanguard. 6 (1) doi: doi.org/10.1515/lingvan-2019-0058.

  4. Australian English Bilingual Corpus: Automatic forced-alignment accuracy in Russian and English

    Bibliography

    Ksenia Gnevsheva, Simon Gonzalez, and Robert Fromont. 2020. "Australian English Bilingual Corpus: Automatic forced-alignment accuracy in Russian and English." Australian Journal of Linguistics. 40: doi: DOI: 10.1080/07268602.2020.1737507.

  5. Using forced alignment for sociophonetic research on a minority language

    Bibliography

    Danielle Barth, James Grama, Simon Gonzalez, and Catherine E Travis. 2020. "Using forced alignment for sociophonetic research on a minority language." University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics. 25 (2)

James Grama Former Research Fellow (ANU Node)

James Grama

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (ANU Node)
  • Program: Evolution

Recent Publications

  1. Sydney Speaks App (http://www.dynamicsoflanguage.edu.au/sydney-speaks/sydney-speaks-apps/sydney-speaks-online-app/)

    Bibliography

    Catherine Travis, Cale Johnstone, and James Grama. 2017. "Sydney Speaks App (http://www.dynamicsoflanguage.edu.au/sydney-speaks/sydney-speaks-apps/sydney-speaks-online-app/)." 'This is a Voice' exhibition.

  2. Australian English over time: Using sociolinguistic analysis to inform dialect coaching

    Bibliography

    Benjamin Purser, James Grama, and Catherine Travis. 2020. "Australian English over time: Using sociolinguistic analysis to inform dialect coaching." Voice and Speech Review. doi: https://doi.org/10.1080/23268263.2020.1750791.

  3. Comparing the performance of forced aligners used in sociophonetic research

    Bibliography

    Simon Gonzalez, James Grama, and Catherine Travis. 2020. "Comparing the performance of forced aligners used in sociophonetic research." Linguistics Vanguard. 6 (1) doi: doi.org/10.1515/lingvan-2019-0058.

  4. Using forced alignment for sociophonetic research on a minority language

    Bibliography

    Danielle Barth, James Grama, Simon Gonzalez, and Catherine E Travis. 2020. "Using forced alignment for sociophonetic research on a minority language." University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics. 25 (2)

  5. Initiation, progression and conditioning of the short front vowel shift in Australian English

    Bibliography

    James Grama, Catherine Travis, and Simon Gonzalez. 2019. "Initiation, progression and conditioning of the short front vowel shift in Australian English". In Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia, 2019,

Jennifer Green Former Research Fellow (UM Node)

Jennifer Green

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (UM Node)
  • Program: Shape
  • Institution: University of Melbourne

Jennifer Green is a linguist in the School of Languages and Linguistics at the University of Melbourne and a member of RUIL (the Research Unit for Indigenous Language). Green has worked in Central Australia since the mid 1970s documenting Indigenous languages, cultural history and visual arts. She has researched and compiled two major dictionaries: Alyawarr (Green 1992) and Central & Eastern Anmatyerr (Green 2010); co-authored The Town Grew up Dancing: The Life and Art of Wenten Rubuntja (Rubuntja & Green 2002) and collaborated on many language documentation projects, including recent work on Indigenous sign languages with Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education (http://iltyemiltyem.com/sign/). Her recently published book, Drawn from the Ground: Sound, Sign and Inscription in Central Australian Sand Stories (Cambridge University Press, 2014), examines the way multiple semiotic systems work together in the narrative practice of ‘sand drawing’. She has recently been awarded an ARC DECRA award to conduct further research on the ways that Indigenous sign languages are used in Australia.

Recent Publications

  1. Narrative in ‘societies of Intimates’: Common Ground and What Makes a Story

    Bibliography

    Jennifer Green, and Lesley Stirling. 2016. "Narrative in ‘societies of Intimates’: Common Ground and What Makes a Story." Narrative Inquiry. 26 (2): 173 - 192. doi: 10.1075/ni.26.2.01sti.

  2. Multimodal complexity in sand story narratives

    Bibliography

    Jennifer Green. 2016. "Multimodal complexity in sand story narratives." Narrative Inquiry. 26 (2): 312-339. doi: 10.1075/ni.26.2.06gre.

  3. Mustering up a Song: An Anmatyerr Cattle Truck Song

    Bibliography

    Turpin, Myfany, Green, Jennifer, and Gibson, Jason. 2016. "Mustering up a Song: An Anmatyerr Cattle Truck Song". In Language, Land and song: Studies in Honor of Luise Hercus, 450-467. London: EL Publishing.

  4. Alyawarr to English Dictionary

    Bibliography

    Jennifer Green, David Blackman, and David Moore. 2019. Alyawarr to English Dictionary. Alice Springs : IAD Press.

  5. Sustaining Multimodal Diversity: Narrative Practices from the Central Australian Deserts

    Bibliography

    Jennifer Green. 2020. "Sustaining Multimodal Diversity: Narrative Practices from the Central Australian Deserts." Linguapax Review 6, 2018. Languages, Worlds and Actions.. 64-100.

Tina Gregor PhD Graduate (ANU Node)

Tina Gregor

  • Title: PhD Graduate (ANU Node)
  • Program: Shape
  • Institution: Australian National University

Recent Publications

  1. Gender/number syncretism in Yelmek verbal suppletion

    Bibliography

    James Gray, and Tina Gregor. 2019. "Gender/number syncretism in Yelmek verbal suppletion". In Proceedings of GLOW in Asia XII and SICOGG XXI., 111-125.

Scott Heath Former Research Fellow (UQ Node)

Scott Heath

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (UQ Node)
  • Program: Technology

Recent Publications

  1. Children's Expectations and Strategies in Interacting with a Wizard of Oz Robot

    Bibliography

    Janet Wiles, Scott Heath, Peter Worth, Kristyn Hensby, Ben Matthews, Marie Boden, Arafeh Karami, Jason Weigal, Jonathon Taufatofua, and Paul Pounds. 2015. "Children's Expectations and Strategies in Interacting with a Wizard of Oz Robot". In OzCHI '15: Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Australian Special Interest Group for Computer Human Interaction, 608–612. Parkville, VIC Australia.

  2. Evolving spatial and temporal lexicons across different cognitive architectures

    Bibliography

    Scott Heath. 2016. Evolving spatial and temporal lexicons across different cognitive architectures. Brisbane : University of Queensland PhD Thesis.

  3. The Challenges of Designing a Robot for a Satisfaction Survey: Surveying Humans Using a Social Robot

    Bibliography

    Scott Heath, Jacki Liddle, and Janet Wiles. 2019. "The Challenges of Designing a Robot for a Satisfaction Survey: Surveying Humans Using a Social Robot." International Journal of Social Robotics. 1-15. doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12369-019-00604-0.

  4. Spatiotemporal Aspects of Engagement during Dialogic Storytelling Child–Robot Interaction

    Bibliography

    Scott Heath, Gautier Durantin, Marie Boden, Kristyn Sommer, Jonathan Taufatofua, Ola Olsson, Paul Pounds, Jason Weigel, and Janet Wiles. 2017. "Spatiotemporal Aspects of Engagement during Dialogic Storytelling Child–Robot Interaction." Frontiers in Robotics and AI. 4: doi: 10.3389/frobt.2017.00027.

  5. Social Moments: A Perspective on Interaction for Social Robotics

    Bibliography

    Gautier Durantin, Scott Heath, and Janet Wiles. 2017. "Social Moments: A Perspective on Interaction for Social Robotics." Frontiers in Robotics and AI. 4: 24. doi: 10.3389/frobt.2017.00024.

Darja Hoenigman Former Research Associate (ANU Node)

Darja Hoenigman

  • Title: Former Research Associate (ANU Node)
  • Program: Shape

Recent Publications

  1. Getting the story straight: Language fieldwork using a narrative problem-solving task

    Bibliography

    Lila San Roque, Lauren Gawne, Darja Hoenigman, Julia Colleen Miller, Alan Rumsey, Stef Spronck, Alice Carroll, and Nicholas Evans. 2012. "Getting the story straight: Language fieldwork using a narrative problem-solving task." Language Documentation & Conservation. 6: 135–173.

Peter Hurst Former Research Associate (UM Node)

Peter Hurst

  • Title: Former Research Associate (UM Node)
  • Program: Shape

Recent Publications

  1. Working at the interface: The Daly Languages Project

    Bibliography

    Nordlinger, Rachel, Green, Ian, and Hurst, Peter. 2019. "Working at the interface: The Daly Languages Project". In Archival returns in Central Australia and beyond, 193-216. Honolulu & Sydney: University of Hawai’i Press & Sydney University Press.

  2. Code-Switching or Code-Mixing? Tiwi Children’s Use of Language Resources in a Multilingual Environment

    Bibliography

    Wilson, Aidan, Hurst, Peter, and Wigglesworth, Gillian. 2018. "Code-Switching or Code-Mixing? Tiwi Children’s Use of Language Resources in a Multilingual Environment". In Language Practices of Indigenous Children and Youth: The Transition from Home to School, 119-145. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Martin Ip PhD Graduate (WSU Node)

Martin Ip

  • Title: PhD Graduate (WSU Node)
  • Program: Processing
  • Institution: Western Sydney University

Recent Publications

  1. Intonation facilitates prediction of focus even in the presence of lexical tones

    Bibliography

    Martin Ip, and Anne Cutler. 2017. "Intonation facilitates prediction of focus even in the presence of lexical tones". In Proceedings of Interspeech 2017, 1218--1222. Stockholm, Sweden.

  2. Universals of listening: Equivalent prosodic entrainment in tone and non-tone languages

    Bibliography

    Martin Ip, and Anne Cutler. 2020. "Universals of listening: Equivalent prosodic entrainment in tone and non-tone languages." Cognition. 202: doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cognition.2020.104311.

  3. Universal and language-specific processing : the case of prosody

    Bibliography

    Martin Ip. 2019. Universal and language-specific processing : the case of prosody. Sydney : Western Sydney University PhD Thesis.

  4. Language-specificity in speakers’ strategies of focus expression

    Bibliography

    Martin Ip, and Anne Cutler. July 2016. "Language-specificity in speakers’ strategies of focus expression". In Abstracts of Laboratory Phonology, Ithaca, New York.

  5. Cross-language data on five types of prosodic focus

    Bibliography

    Martin Ip, and Anne Cutler. May 2016. "Cross-language data on five types of prosodic focus". In Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2016, Boston.

Kathleen Jepson PhD Graduate (UM Node)

Kathleen Jepson

  • Title: PhD Graduate (UM Node)
  • Program: Processing
  • Institution: University of Melbourne

Recent Publications

  1. Prosody, prominence and segments in Djambarrpuyŋu

    Bibliography

    Kathleen Jepson. 2019. Prosody, prominence and segments in Djambarrpuyŋu. Melbourne : University of Melbourne PhD Thesis.

  2. The role of vowel and consonant duration in vowel length categorisation by Djambarrpuynu listeners

    Bibliography

    Kathleen Jepson. 2019. "The role of vowel and consonant duration in vowel length categorisation by Djambarrpuynu listeners". In Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia, 2019,

  3. Prosodically conditioned consonant duration in Djambarrpuyŋu

    Bibliography

    Kathleen Jepson, Janet Fletcher, and Hywel Stoakes. 2019. "Prosodically conditioned consonant duration in Djambarrpuyŋu." Special issue of Language and Speech: Prosodic prominence - a cross-linguistic perspective. doi: https://doi.org/10.1177/0023830919826607.

  4. Vowel duration and consonant lengthening in Djambarrpuyŋu

    Bibliography

    Kathleen Jepson, and Hywel Stoakes. 2015. "Vowel duration and consonant lengthening in Djambarrpuyŋu". In Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, Scotland.

Ivan Kapitonov PhD Graduate (UM Node)

Ivan Kapitonov

  • Title: PhD Graduate (UM Node)
  • Program: Learning

Recent Publications

  1. A grammar of Kunbarlang

    Bibliography

    Ivan Kapitonov. 2019. A grammar of Kunbarlang. Melbourne : University of Melbourne PhD Thesis.

  2. Donum semanticum: Opera linguistica et logica in honorem Barbarae Partee a discipulis amicisque Rossicis oblata

    Bibliography

    Peter Arkadiev, Ivan Kapitonov, Sergei Tatevosov, Ekaterina Rackhilina, and Yury Lander. 2015. Donum semanticum: Opera linguistica et logica in honorem Barbarae Partee a discipulis amicisque Rossicis oblata. Moscow : LRC Publishing.

  3. On the quantification of events

    Bibliography

    Kapitonov, Ivan. 2015. "On the quantification of events". In Donum semanticum: Opera linguistica et logica in honorem Barbarae Partee a discipulis amicisque Rossicis oblata., Moscow: LRC Publishing.

Eri Kashima PhD Graduate (ANU Node)

Eri Kashima

  • Title: PhD Graduate (ANU Node)
  • Program: Wellsprings
  • Institution: University of Helsinki

Recent Publications

  1. The languages of Southern New Guinea

    Bibliography

    Evans, Nicholas, Arka, Wayan, Carroll, Matthew, Choi, Yun Jung, Döhler, Christian, Gast, Volker, Kashima, Eri, Mittag, Emil, Olsson, Bruno, Quinn, Kyla, Schokkin, Dineke, Tama, Philip, Tongeren, Charlotte van, Siegel, Jeff, and Palmer, Bill. 2018. "The languages of Southern New Guinea". In The Languages and Linguistics of the New Guinea Area, 641–774. De Gruyter.

  2. Language In My Mouth: Linguistic Variation in the Nmbo Speech Community of Southern New Guinea

    Bibliography

    Eri Kashima. 2020. Language In My Mouth: Linguistic Variation in the Nmbo Speech Community of Southern New Guinea. Canberra : Australian National University PhD Thesis.

  3. Uncovering the acoustic vowel space of a previously undescribed language: The vowels of Nambo

    Bibliography

    Eri Kashima, Daniel Williams, Mark Ellison, Dineke Schokkin, and Paola Escudero. 2016. "Uncovering the acoustic vowel space of a previously undescribed language: The vowels of Nambo." The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 139 (6): EL252-EL256. doi: 10.1121/1.4954395.

  4. The languages of Southern New Guinea

    Bibliography

    Evans, Nicholas, Arka, Wayan, Carroll, Matthew, Dohler, Christian, Kashima, Eri, Mittag, Emil, Gast, Volker, Schokkin, Dineke, Quinn, Kyla, Tama, Philip, Van Tongeren, Charlotte, Olsson, Bruno, and Siegel, Jeff. 2017. "The languages of Southern New Guinea". In The Languages and Linguistics of New Guinea: A Comprehensive Guide, 641-774. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.

Heather Kember Former Research Fellow (WSU Node)

Heather Kember

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (WSU Node)
  • Program: Processing
  • Institution: Hunter Institute of Mental Health, within NSW Health

Heather Kember completed her PhD at the University of Sydney with Dr Karen Croot. This work used the tongue twister methodology to examine segmental, tonal, and prosodic production in Mandarin Chinese. Since then, she has been a postdoctoral research associate in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Northeastern University. There she investigated prosodic production in two different populations who may struggle with spoken intelligibility (speakers with dyarthria and second language learners of English). In both of these populations she examined prosodic knowledge and control, and designed intervention studies aimed at improving intelligibility (measured both acoustically and perceptually). She worked with Professor Anne Cutler examining cross-linguistic prosodic processing.

Recent Publications

  1. Similar prosodic structure perceived differently in German and English

    Bibliography

    Heather Kember, Ann-Kathrin Grohe, Katharina Zahner, Bettina Braun, Andrea Weber, and Anne Cutler. 2017. "Similar prosodic structure perceived differently in German and English". In Proceedings of Interspeech 2017, 1388-1392. Stockholm, Sweden.

  2. Searching for importance: focus facilitates memory for words in English

    Bibliography

    Heather Kember, Jiyoun Choi, and Jenny Yu. 2016. "Searching for importance: focus facilitates memory for words in English". In Proceedings of the S16th Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, 181-184. Parramatta, Australia.

  3. The processing of linguistic prominence

    Bibliography

    Heather Kember, Jiyoun Choi, Anne Cutler, and Jenny Yu. 2019. "The processing of linguistic prominence." Language and Speech. doi: https://doi.org/10.1177/0023830919880217.

  4. Inducing speech errors in dysarthria using tongue twisters

    Bibliography

    Heather Kember, Kathryn Connaghan, and Rupal Patel. 2017. "Inducing speech errors in dysarthria using tongue twisters." International journal of language & communication disorders. 52 (4): 469-478. doi: 10.1111/1460-6984.12285.

  5. Inducing speech errors in dysarthria using tongue twisters

    Bibliography

    Heather Kember, Kathryn Connaghan, and Rupal Patel. 2016. "Inducing speech errors in dysarthria using tongue twisters." International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders. 52 (4): 469–478. doi: 10.1111/1460-6984.12285.

Anton Killin Former Research Fellow (ANU Node)

Anton Killin

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (ANU Node)
  • Program: Evolution

Recent Publications

  1. Fictionalism about musical works

    Bibliography

    Anton Killin. 2017. "Fictionalism about musical works." Canadian Journal of Philosophy. 48 (2): 266-291. doi: 10.1080/00455091.2017.1357993.

  2. CHIELD: the causal hypotheses in evolutionary linguistics database

    Bibliography

    Sean Roberts, Anton Killin, Angarika Deb, Catherine Sheard, Simon Greenhill, Kaius Sinnemäki, José Segovia-Martín, Jonas Nölle, Aleksandrs Berdicevskis, Archie Humphreys-Balkwill, Hannah Little, Christopher Opie, Guillaume Jacques, Lindell Bromham, Peeter Tinits, Robert Ross, Sean Lee, Emily Gasser, Jasmine Calladine, Matthew Spike, Stephen Mann, Olena Shcherbakova, Ruth Singer, Shuya Zhang, Antonio Benítez-Burraco, Christian Kliesch, Ewan Thomas-Colquhoun, Hedvig Skirgard, Monica Tamariz, Sam Passmore, Thomas Pellard, and Fiona Jordan. 2020. "CHIELD: the causal hypotheses in evolutionary linguistics database." Journal of Language Evolution. doi: https://doi.org/10.1093/jole/lzaa001.

  3. From things to thinking: Cognitive archaeology

    Bibliography

    Adrian Currie, and Anton Killin. 2019. "From things to thinking: Cognitive archaeology." Mind & Language. 34 (2): 263-279. doi: doi: 10.1111/mila.12230.

  4. Review of Thought In Action: Expertise and the Conscious Mind, by Barbara Gail Montero

    Bibliography

    Anton Killin. 2018. "Review of Thought In Action: Expertise and the Conscious Mind, by Barbara Gail Montero." British Journal of Aesthetics. doi: doi: 10.1093/aesthj/ayx035.

  5. Review of How Biology Shapes Philosophy: New Foundations for Naturalism, ed. D.L. Smith.

    Bibliography

    Anton Killin. 2018. "Review of How Biology Shapes Philosophy: New Foundations for Naturalism, ed. D.L. Smith.." Philosophical Quarterly. 68 (272): 635-638.

Ana Krajinovic PhD Graduate (UM Node)

Ana Krajinovic

  • Title: PhD Graduate (UM Node)
  • Program: Archiving

Recent Publications

  1. Malabar Indo-Portuguese: Structure and origins of the verbal system

    Bibliography

    Ana Krajinovic. 2018. Malabar Indo-Portuguese: Structure and origins of the verbal system.

  2. Building capacity for community-led documentation in Erakor, Vanuatu

    Bibliography

    Krajinovic, Ana, Billington, Rosey, Emil, Lionel, Kaltap̃au, Gray, and Thieberger, Nick. 2019. "Building capacity for community-led documentation in Erakor, Vanuatu". In Human language technologies as a challenge for computer science and linguistics — 2019, 185-189. Poznan: Wydawnictwo Nauka i Innowacje.

  3. Habituality in four Oceanic languages of Melanesia

    Bibliography

    Kilu von Prince, Ana Krajinovic, Nick Thieberger, and Valerie Guerin. 2019. "Habituality in four Oceanic languages of Melanesia." Language Typology and Universals. 72 (1) doi: https://doi.org/10.1515/stuf-2019-0002.

  4. Influence of Malayalam on temporal clauses in Malabar Indo-Portuguese

    Bibliography

    Ana Krajinovic. 2017. "Influence of Malayalam on temporal clauses in Malabar Indo-Portuguese." Language Ecology. 1 (2): 137-157. doi: 10.1075/le.1.2.02kra.

Sebastian Lecrampe Former Research Fellow (UM Node)

Sebastian Lecrampe

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (UM Node)
Amit Malegaonker Former Research Fellow (UQ Node)

Amit Malegaonker

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (UQ Node)
  • Program: Technology
  • Institution: University of Hertfordshire
John Mansfield Former Research Fellow (UM Node)

John Mansfield

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (UM Node)
  • Program: Shape
  • Institution: DECRA, University of Melbourne

Recent Publications

  1. Demorphologization and deepening complexity in Murrinhpatha

    Bibliography

    Mansfield, John, and Nordlinger, Rachel. 2020. "Demorphologization and deepening complexity in Murrinhpatha". In The Complexities of Morphology, 52-80. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

  2. UniMorph 3.0: Universal Morphology

    Bibliography

    Arya McCarthy, Christo Kirov, Matteo Grella, Amrit Nidhi, Patrick Xia, Kyle Gorman, Ekaterina Vylomova, and John Mansfield. 2020. "UniMorph 3.0: Universal Morphology". In Proceedings of The 12th Language Resources and Evaluation Conference, 3922–31.

  3. Category clustering: A probabilistic bias in the morphology of verbal argument marking

    Bibliography

    John Mansfield, Sabine Stoll, and Balthasar Bickel. 2020. "Category clustering: A probabilistic bias in the morphology of verbal argument marking." Language. 96 (2)

  4. Borrowed verbs and the expansion of light verb phrases in Murrinhpatha

    Bibliography

    Mansfield, John. 2016. "Borrowed verbs and the expansion of light verb phrases in Murrinhpatha". In Loss and Renewal: Australian Languages since Colonisation, 397–424. De Gruyter Mouton.

  5. Epistemic authority and sociolinguistic stance in an Australian Aboriginal language

    Bibliography

    John Mansfield. 2019. "Epistemic authority and sociolinguistic stance in an Australian Aboriginal language." Open Linguistics. (5): 1. doi: https://doi.org/10.1515/opli-2019-0002.

Alex Marley PhD Graduate (ANU Node)

Alex Marley

  • Title: PhD Graduate (ANU Node)
  • Program: Wellsprings
Caroline McKinnon PhD Graduate (UQ Node)

Caroline McKinnon

  • Title: PhD Graduate (UQ Node)
  • Program: Technology
  • Institution: University of Queensland

Recent Publications

  1. How few is too few? Determining the minimum acceptable number of LSA dimensions to visualise text cohesion with Lex

    Bibliography

    Caroline McKinnon, Daniel Angus, and Ibtehal Baazeem. 2015. "How few is too few? Determining the minimum acceptable number of LSA dimensions to visualise text cohesion with Lex". In Proceedings of Australasian Language Technology Association Workshop, 75-83. Parramatta, Australia.

Karen Mulak Former Research Fellow (WSU Node)

Karen Mulak

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (WSU Node)
  • Program: Processing
  • Institution: University of Maryland

Karen finished as a Post Doc with WSU Node on the 5th January 2018 and has started her new postdoctoral position at the University of Maryland with Prof. Rochelle Newman.

Recent Publications

  1. The role of positive affect in the acquisition of word-object associations

    Bibliography

    Nicole Traynor, Karen Mulak, Rachel Robbins, Gabrielle Weidemann, and Paola Escudero. 2016. "The role of positive affect in the acquisition of word-object associations". In Proceedings of the 16th Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, 9-12. Parramatta, Australia.

  2. Cross‐Situational Learning of Phonologically Overlapping Words Across Degrees of Ambiguity

    Bibliography

    Karen Mulak, Haley Vlach, and Paola Escudero. 2019. "Cross‐Situational Learning of Phonologically Overlapping Words Across Degrees of Ambiguity." Cognitive Science. 43 (5): e12731.

  3. “Mummy, keep it steady”: phonetic variation shapes word learning at 15 and 17 months

    Bibliography

    Paola Escudero, Karen Mulak, Jaydene Elvin, and Nicole Traynor. 2017. "“Mummy, keep it steady”: phonetic variation shapes word learning at 15 and 17 months." Developmental science. 21 (5): e12640. doi: 10.1111/desc.12640.

  4. Indexical and linguistic processing by 12-month-olds: Discrimination of speaker, accent and vowel differences

    Bibliography

    Karen Mulak, Cory Bonn, Katerina Chladkova, Richard Aslin, and Paola Escudero. 2017. "Indexical and linguistic processing by 12-month-olds: Discrimination of speaker, accent and vowel differences." PLOS One. 12 (5): e0176762. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0176762.

  5. The role of positive affect in the acquisition of word-object associations

    Bibliography

    Nicole Traynor, Karen Mulak, Rachel Robbins, Gabrielle Weidemann, and Paola Escudero. 2016. "The role of positive affect in the acquisition of word-object associations". In Proceedings of the Sixteenth Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, 9-12. Parramatta.

Katerina Naitoro PhD Graduate (ANU Node)

Katerina Naitoro

  • Title: PhD Graduate (ANU Node)
  • Program: Evolution
  • Institution: Australian National University

Recent Publications

  1. Morphs in search of meaning: Southeast Solomonic transitive morphology in diachronic perspective

    Bibliography

    Katerina Naitoro. 2019. Morphs in search of meaning: Southeast Solomonic transitive morphology in diachronic perspective. Canberra : Australian National University PhD Thesis.

Sophie Nicholls Former Research Fellow (WSU Node)

Sophie Nicholls

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (WSU Node)
  • Program: Processing

Recent Publications

  1. 10 Grammaticalization and interactional pragmatics: A description of the recognitional determiner det in Roper River Kriol

    Bibliography

    Nicholls, Sophie. 2016. "10 Grammaticalization and interactional pragmatics: A description of the recognitional determiner det in Roper River Kriol". In Loss and Renewal: Australian Languages Since Colonisation, 333–364. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

  2. From principle to practice: community consultation regarding access to Indigenous language material in archival records at the State Library of New South Wales

    Bibliography

    Sophie Nicholls, Lauren Booker, Kirsten Thorpe, Melissa Jackson, Clement Girault, and Ronald Briggs. 2016. "From principle to practice: community consultation regarding access to Indigenous language material in archival records at the State Library of New South Wales." Archives and Manuscripts. 44 (3): 110-123. doi: 10.1080/01576895.2016.1239116.

Ola Olsson Former Research Fellow (UQ Node)

Ola Olsson

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (UQ Node)
  • Program: Technology

Recent Publications

  1. Spatiotemporal Aspects of Engagement during Dialogic Storytelling Child–Robot Interaction

    Bibliography

    Scott Heath, Gautier Durantin, Marie Boden, Kristyn Sommer, Jonathan Taufatofua, Ola Olsson, Paul Pounds, Jason Weigel, and Janet Wiles. 2017. "Spatiotemporal Aspects of Engagement during Dialogic Storytelling Child–Robot Interaction." Frontiers in Robotics and AI. 4: doi: 10.3389/frobt.2017.00027.

Jia Hoong Ong PhD Graduate (WSU Node)

Jia Hoong Ong

  • Title: PhD Graduate (WSU Node)
  • Program: Processing
  • Institution: Nanyang Technical University, Singapore

Recent Publications

  1. Can Australian English listeners learn non-native vowels via distributional learning?

    Bibliography

    Jia Hoong Ong, Josephine Terry, and Paola Escudero. 2016. "Can Australian English listeners learn non-native vowels via distributional learning?". In Proceedings of the 16th Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, 288-292. Parramatta, Australia.

  2. Distributional Learning of Lexical Tone and Musical Pitch by Naive and Experienced Adult Learners

    Bibliography

    Jia Hoong Ong. 2016. Distributional Learning of Lexical Tone and Musical Pitch by Naive and Experienced Adult Learners. Sydney : Western Sydney University PhD Thesis.

  3. One way or another: Evidence for perceptual asymmetry in pre-attentive learning of non-native contrasts

    Bibliography

    Liquan Liu, Alba Tuninetti, Paola Escudero, and Jia Hoong Ong. 2018. "One way or another: Evidence for perceptual asymmetry in pre-attentive learning of non-native contrasts." Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 162. doi: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2018.00162.

  4. Effect of Linguistic and Musical Experience on Distributional Learning of Nonnative Lexical Tones

    Bibliography

    Jia Hoong Ong, Denis Burnham, Paola Escudero, and Catherine Stevens. 2017. "Effect of Linguistic and Musical Experience on Distributional Learning of Nonnative Lexical Tones." Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research. 60 (10): 2769-2780. doi: 10.1044/2016_JSLHR-S-16-0080.

  5. Learning novel musical pitch via distributional learning

    Bibliography

    Jia Hoong Ong, Denis Burnham, and Catherine Stevens. 2017. "Learning novel musical pitch via distributional learning." Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 43 (1): 150-157. doi: 10.1037/xlm0000286.

David Osgarby MPhil Graduate (UQ Node)

David Osgarby

  • Title: MPhil Graduate (UQ Node)
  • Program: Shape

Recent Publications

  1. Verbal morphology and syntax of Mudburra: an Australian Aboriginal language of the Northern Territory

    Bibliography

    David Osgarby. 2019. Verbal morphology and syntax of Mudburra: an Australian Aboriginal language of the Northern Territory. Brisbane : University of Queensland MPhil Thesis.

  2. Mudburra to English Dictionary

    Bibliography

    Rebecca Green, Jennifer Green, Amanda Hamilton-Hollaway, Felicity Meakins, David Osgarby, and Rob Pensalfini. 2019. Mudburra to English Dictionary. Canberra : Aboriginal Studies Press.

  3. Reconstructing Proto-Mirndi Verbal Morphology: From Particles and Clitics to Prefixes

    Bibliography

    David Osgarby. 2018. "Reconstructing Proto-Mirndi Verbal Morphology: From Particles and Clitics to Prefixes." Australian Journal of Linguistics. 38 (2): 223-292. doi: DOI: 10.1080/07268602.2018.1400504.

Uta Reinöhl Former Research Fellow (ANU Node)

Uta Reinöhl

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (ANU Node)
  • Program: Shape
  • Institution: Universität zu Köln

Recent Publications

  1. When grammaticalization does not occur: Prosody-syntax mismatches in Indo-Aryan

    Bibliography

    Uta Reinöhl, and Antje Casaretto. 2018. "When grammaticalization does not occur: Prosody-syntax mismatches in Indo-Aryan." Diachronica. 35 (2): 238–276. doi: https://doi.org/10.1075/dia.17013.rei.

  2. Renewal: A figure of speech or a process sui generis?

    Bibliography

    Uta Reinöhl, and Nikolaus Himmelmann. 2017. "Renewal: A figure of speech or a process sui generis?." Language. 93 (2): 381-413. doi: 10.1353/lan.2017.0018.

  3. A single origin of Indo-European primary adpositions? Unveiling the Indo-Aryan branch-off

    Bibliography

    Uta Reinöhl. 2016. "A single origin of Indo-European primary adpositions? Unveiling the Indo-Aryan branch-off." Diachronica. 33 (1): 95-130. doi: 10.1075/dia.33.1.04rei.

  4. Grammaticalization and the Rise of Configurationality in Indo-Aryan

    Bibliography

    Uta Reinöhl. 2016. Grammaticalization and the Rise of Configurationality in Indo-Aryan. Oxford : Oxford University Press.

Mark Richards PhD Graduate (WSU Node)

Mark Richards

  • Title: PhD Graduate (WSU Node)
  • Program: Learning

Recent Publications

  1. Revitalisation of an Australian Aboriginal Language: Archival Utterances as Scaffolding for Independent Adult Language Learning

    Bibliography

    Mark Richards. 2019. Revitalisation of an Australian Aboriginal Language: Archival Utterances as Scaffolding for Independent Adult Language Learning. Sydney : Western Sydney University PhD Thesis.

Hannah Sarvasy Former Research Fellow (ANU Node)

Hannah Sarvasy

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (ANU Node)
  • Program: Learning
  • Institution: DECRA, Western Sydney University

Recent Publications

  1. Beyond the two-clause sentence: Acquisition of clause chaining in six languages

    Bibliography

    Hannah Sarvasy, and Soonja Choi. 2020. "Beyond the two-clause sentence: Acquisition of clause chaining in six languages." Frontiers in Psychology. doi: doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2020.01586.

  2. In press: Acquisition of multi-verb predicates in Nungon

    Bibliography

    Hannah Sarvasy. "In press: Acquisition of multi-verb predicates in Nungon." First Language.

  3. An acoustic phonetic description of Nungon vowels

    Bibliography

    Hannah Sarvasy, Jaydene Elvin, Weicong Li, and Paola Escudero. 2020. "An acoustic phonetic description of Nungon vowels." Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. Special Issue.. 147 (4): 2891-2900. doi: doi.org/10.1121/10.0001003.

  4. The acquisition of clause chaining in Nungon

    Bibliography

    Hannah Sarvasy. 2020. "The acquisition of clause chaining in Nungon." Frontiers in Psychology. doi: doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2020.01456.

  5. Monolingual fieldwork in and beyond the classroom

    Bibliography

    Hannah Sarvasy. 2016. "Monolingual fieldwork in and beyond the classroom". In Proceedings of CLS 51 (2015), 471-484. Chicago, USA.

Dineke Schokkin Former Research Fellow (ANU Node)

Dineke Schokkin

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (ANU Node)
  • Program: Wellsprings
  • Institution: University of Canterbury

Recent Publications

  1. Relatives and relations in Paluai

    Bibliography

    Dineke Schokkin, and Ton Otto. 2017. "Relatives and relations in Paluai." Oceanic Linguistics. 56 (1): 226-246. doi: 10.1353/ol.2017.0009.

  2. A Grammar of Paluai: The Language of Baluan Island, Papua New Guinea

    Bibliography

    Dineke Schokkin. 2020. A Grammar of Paluai: The Language of Baluan Island, Papua New Guinea. : De Gruyter Mouton.

  3. Review of: Neuhaus, Karl: Grammar of the Lihir language of New Ireland, Papua New Guinea

    Bibliography

    Dineke Schokkin. 2016. "Review of: Neuhaus, Karl: Grammar of the Lihir language of New Ireland, Papua New Guinea." Anthropos. 111 (2): 729-730. doi: 10.5771/0257-9774-2016-2-729-1.

  4. The languages of Southern New Guinea

    Bibliography

    Evans, Nicholas, Arka, Wayan, Carroll, Matthew, Choi, Yun Jung, Döhler, Christian, Gast, Volker, Kashima, Eri, Mittag, Emil, Olsson, Bruno, Quinn, Kyla, Schokkin, Dineke, Tama, Philip, Tongeren, Charlotte van, Siegel, Jeff, and Palmer, Bill. 2018. "The languages of Southern New Guinea". In The Languages and Linguistics of the New Guinea Area, 641–774. De Gruyter.

  5. Idi. Illustrations of JIPA.

    Bibliography

    Dineke Schokkin, Volker Gast, , and Christian Döhler. 2020. "Idi. Illustrations of JIPA.." Submitted to JIPA..

Stefan Schnell Former Research Fellow (UM Node)

Stefan Schnell

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (UM Node)
  • Program: Shape
  • Institution: University of Bamberg

Recent Publications

  1. Review of "Mettouchi, Amina, Martine Vanhove, and Dominique Caubet (eds.). 2015. Corpus-based studies of lesser-described languages. The CorpAfroAs corpus of spoken AfroAsiatic languages

    Bibliography

    Stefan Schnell. 2016. "Review of "Mettouchi, Amina, Martine Vanhove, and Dominique Caubet (eds.). 2015. Corpus-based studies of lesser-described languages. The CorpAfroAs corpus of spoken AfroAsiatic languages." Language Documentation & Conservation. 10: 629–640.

  2. Variable number marking in Vera’a: Animacy and beyond

    Bibliography

    Stefan Schnell. 2019. "Variable number marking in Vera’a: Animacy and beyond." Asia-Pacific Language Variation. 5 (2): 210–246.

  3. Whence subject-verb agreement? Investigating the role of topicality, accessibility, and frequency in Vera’a texts

    Bibliography

    Stefan Schnell. 2018. "Whence subject-verb agreement? Investigating the role of topicality, accessibility, and frequency in Vera’a texts." Linguistics. 56 (4): 735-780. doi: DOI:https://doi.org/10.1515/ling-2018-0010.

  4. Reflections on utilizations of language in linguistic research

    Bibliography

    Stefan Schnell. 2018. "Reflections on utilizations of language in linguistic research." Language Documentation & Conservation.

  5. Attention focus and information packaging in Vera'a demonstratives

    Bibliography

    Schnell, Stefan. 2018. "Attention focus and information packaging in Vera'a demonstratives". In Perspectives on information structure in Austronesian languages, 81-113. Berlin: Language Science Press.

Hedvig Skirgard PhD Graduate (ANU Node)

Hedvig Skirgard

  • Title: PhD Graduate (ANU Node)
  • Program: Wellsprings

Recent Publications

  1. CHIELD: the causal hypotheses in evolutionary linguistics database

    Bibliography

    Sean Roberts, Anton Killin, Angarika Deb, Catherine Sheard, Simon Greenhill, Kaius Sinnemäki, José Segovia-Martín, Jonas Nölle, Aleksandrs Berdicevskis, Archie Humphreys-Balkwill, Hannah Little, Christopher Opie, Guillaume Jacques, Lindell Bromham, Peeter Tinits, Robert Ross, Sean Lee, Emily Gasser, Jasmine Calladine, Matthew Spike, Stephen Mann, Olena Shcherbakova, Ruth Singer, Shuya Zhang, Antonio Benítez-Burraco, Christian Kliesch, Ewan Thomas-Colquhoun, Hedvig Skirgard, Monica Tamariz, Sam Passmore, Thomas Pellard, and Fiona Jordan. 2020. "CHIELD: the causal hypotheses in evolutionary linguistics database." Journal of Language Evolution. doi: https://doi.org/10.1093/jole/lzaa001.

Kristyn Sommer PhD Graduate (UQ Node)

Kristyn Sommer

  • Title: PhD Graduate (UQ Node)
  • Program: Technology
  • Institution: Western Sydney University

Recent Publications

  1. Preschool children overimitate robots, but do so less than they overimitate humans

    Bibliography

    Kristyn Sommer, Rebecca Davidson, Kristy Armitage, Virginia Slaughter, Janet Wiles, and Mark Nielsen. 2020. "Preschool children overimitate robots, but do so less than they overimitate humans." Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 191: 104702. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jecp.2019.104702.

  2. Children’s perceptions of the moral worth of live agents, robots, and inanimate objects

    Bibliography

    Kristyn Sommer, Mark Nielsen, Madeline Draheim, Jonathan Redshaw, Eric Vanman, and Matti Wilks. 2019. "Children’s perceptions of the moral worth of live agents, robots, and inanimate objects." Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 187: 104656. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/J.JECP.2019.06.009.

  3. Spatiotemporal Aspects of Engagement during Dialogic Storytelling Child–Robot Interaction

    Bibliography

    Scott Heath, Gautier Durantin, Marie Boden, Kristyn Sommer, Jonathan Taufatofua, Ola Olsson, Paul Pounds, Jason Weigel, and Janet Wiles. 2017. "Spatiotemporal Aspects of Engagement during Dialogic Storytelling Child–Robot Interaction." Frontiers in Robotics and AI. 4: doi: 10.3389/frobt.2017.00027.

  4. Discovering patterns of touch: a case study for visualization-driven analysis in human-robot interaction

    Bibliography

    Kris Rogers, Janet Wiles, Scott Heath, Kristyn Sommer, and Jonathan Taufatofua. 2016. "Discovering patterns of touch: a case study for visualization-driven analysis in human-robot interaction". In 2016 11th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI), 499-500. Christchurch, New Zealand.

  5. Hand in hand: Tools and techniques for understanding children’s touch with a social robot

    Bibliography

    Kristyn Sommer, Janet Wiles, Marie Boden, Joshua Riddell, Mark Nielsen, Paul Pounds, Nikodem Rybak, Virginia Slaughter, Michael Smith, Jonathan Taufatofua, Peter Worthy, and Jason Weigel. 2016. "Hand in hand: Tools and techniques for understanding children’s touch with a social robot". In 2016 11th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI), 437-438. Christchurch, New Zealand.

Matthew Spike Former Research Fellow (ANU Node)

Matthew Spike

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (ANU Node)
  • Program: Evolution
  • Institution: University of Edinburgh

Recent Publications

  1. Fifty shades of grue: Indeterminate categories and induction in and out of the language sciences

    Bibliography

    Matthew Spike. 2020. "Fifty shades of grue: Indeterminate categories and induction in and out of the language sciences." Linguistic Typology. doi: https://doi.org/10.1515/lingty-2020-2061.

  2. CHIELD: the causal hypotheses in evolutionary linguistics database

    Bibliography

    Sean Roberts, Anton Killin, Angarika Deb, Catherine Sheard, Simon Greenhill, Kaius Sinnemäki, José Segovia-Martín, Jonas Nölle, Aleksandrs Berdicevskis, Archie Humphreys-Balkwill, Hannah Little, Christopher Opie, Guillaume Jacques, Lindell Bromham, Peeter Tinits, Robert Ross, Sean Lee, Emily Gasser, Jasmine Calladine, Matthew Spike, Stephen Mann, Olena Shcherbakova, Ruth Singer, Shuya Zhang, Antonio Benítez-Burraco, Christian Kliesch, Ewan Thomas-Colquhoun, Hedvig Skirgard, Monica Tamariz, Sam Passmore, Thomas Pellard, and Fiona Jordan. 2020. "CHIELD: the causal hypotheses in evolutionary linguistics database." Journal of Language Evolution. doi: https://doi.org/10.1093/jole/lzaa001.

  3. The evolution of linguistics rules

    Bibliography

    Matthew Spike. 2018. "The evolution of linguistics rules." Biology & Philosophy. 1-18. doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10539-018-9610-x.

  4. Minimal Requirements for the Emergence of Learned Signaling

    Bibliography

    Matthew Spike, Kevin Stadler, Simon Kirby, and Kenny Smith. 2016. "Minimal Requirements for the Emergence of Learned Signaling." Cognitive Science. 41 (3): 623-658. doi: 10.1111/cogs.12351.

Anna Stephen Former Research Fellow (UM Node)

Anna Stephen

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (UM Node)
  • Program: Shape/Learning

Anna Stephen has lived and worked in the Northern Territory for 8 years. She has recently completed a PhD exploring the environmental and social determinants of otitis media (OM) in Aboriginal children living remotely. Her work with Jill Wigglesworth for COEDL will focus on creating educational resources and programs to improve phonological awareness and literacy in Aboriginal children with OM and associated hearing loss. She is very excited about collaborating with researchers from COEDL and believes that interdisciplinary collaborations are essential to improving the care and services for Aboriginal children with OM.

Anna held two post-doctoral positions with the Centre of Research Excellence for the Dynamics in Language and the Centre of Research Excellence in Ear and Hearing Health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children. She has skills in both quantitative and qualitative research, conducting clinical trials and writing systematic reviews to Cochrane standards.

Hywel Stoakes Former Research Associate (UM Node)

Hywel Stoakes

  • Title: Former Research Associate (UM Node)
  • Program: Processing

Recent Publications

  1. Materials on Golin: grammar, texts and dictionary

    Bibliography

    Nicholas Evans, Jutta Besold, Hywel Stoakes, and Alan Lee. 2005. Materials on Golin: grammar, texts and dictionary. : Department of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, University of Melbourne..

  2. Influence of prosodic features and semantics on secondary emotion production and perception

    Bibliography

    Jesin James, Catherine Watson, and Hywel Stoakes. 2019. "Influence of prosodic features and semantics on secondary emotion production and perception". In Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia, 2019,

  3. The /el-/ael/ merger in Australian English: Acoustic and articulatory insights

    Bibliography

    Chloe Diskin, Deborah Loakes, Rosey Billington, Hywel Stoakes, Simon Gonzalez, and Sam Kirkham. 2019. "The /el-/ael/ merger in Australian English: Acoustic and articulatory insights". In Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia, 2019,

  4. The dynamics of closing diphthong formant trajectories in Te Reo Maori

    Bibliography

    Hywel Stoakes, Catherine Watson, Peter Keegan, Margaret Maclagan, Jeanette King, and Ray Harlow. 2019. "The dynamics of closing diphthong formant trajectories in Te Reo Maori". In Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia, 2019,

  5. Prosodically conditioned consonant duration in Djambarrpuyŋu

    Bibliography

    Kathleen Jepson, Janet Fletcher, and Hywel Stoakes. 2019. "Prosodically conditioned consonant duration in Djambarrpuyŋu." Special issue of Language and Speech: Prosodic prominence - a cross-linguistic perspective. doi: https://doi.org/10.1177/0023830919826607.

Philip Thierfelder PhD Graduate (UM Node)

Philip Thierfelder

  • Title: PhD Graduate (UM Node)
  • Program: Learning
  • Institution: Chinese University of Hong Kong

Recent Publications

  1. Sign Phonological Parameters Modulate Parafoveal Preview Effects in Deaf Readers

    Bibliography

    Philip Thierfelder, Gillian Wigglesworth, and G Tang. 2020. "Sign Phonological Parameters Modulate Parafoveal Preview Effects in Deaf Readers." Cognition. 201:

  2. Errors in the written English of native users of sign language: An exploratory case study of Hong Kong deaf students

    Bibliography

    Philip Thierfelder, and Paul Stapleton. 2016. "Errors in the written English of native users of sign language: An exploratory case study of Hong Kong deaf students." System. 58: 12-24. doi: doi.org/10.1016/j.system.2016.03.001.

Jesse Tran PhD Graduate (WSU Node)

Jesse Tran

  • Title: PhD Graduate (WSU Node)
  • Program: Processsing
Alba Tuninetti Former Research Fellow (WSU Node)

Alba Tuninetti

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (WSU Node)
  • Program: Processing

Recent Publications

  1. Speech normalisation in EEG: an optimal paradigm?

    Bibliography

    Alba Tuninetti, Varghese Peter, and Paola Escudero. 2016. "Speech normalisation in EEG: an optimal paradigm?". In Proceedings of the 6th Australasian Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference, 58-59. Shoal Bay, Australia.

  2. Monolingual and bilingual adults can successfully learn foreign language words implicitly

    Bibliography

    Hana Zjakic, Alba Tuninetti, and Paola Escudero. 2016. "Monolingual and bilingual adults can successfully learn foreign language words implicitly". In Proceedings of the 16th Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, 125-128. Parramatta, Australia.

  3. Non-native vowel perception in a 4IAX task: The effects of acoustic distance.

    Bibliography

    Alba Tuninetti, James Whang, and Paola Escudero. 2019. "Non-native vowel perception in a 4IAX task: The effects of acoustic distance.". In Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia, 2019,

  4. Non-Native Dialect Matters: The Perception of European and Brazilian Portuguese Vowels by Californian English Monolinguals and Spanish–English Bilinguals

    Bibliography

    Jaydene Elvin, Alba Tuninetti, and Paola Escudero. 2018. "Non-Native Dialect Matters: The Perception of European and Brazilian Portuguese Vowels by Californian English Monolinguals and Spanish–English Bilinguals." Languages. 3 (3): 37. doi: https://doi.org/10.3390/languages3030037.

  5. One way or another: Evidence for perceptual asymmetry in pre-attentive learning of non-native contrasts

    Bibliography

    Liquan Liu, Alba Tuninetti, Paola Escudero, and Jia Hoong Ong. 2018. "One way or another: Evidence for perceptual asymmetry in pre-attentive learning of non-native contrasts." Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 162. doi: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2018.00162.

Jill Vaughan Former Research Fellow (UM Node)

Jill Vaughan

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (UM Node)
  • Program: Shape
  • Institution: Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Recent Publications

  1. Language Contact and Australian Languages

    Bibliography

    Vaughan, Jill, and Loakes, Deborah. 2020. "Language Contact and Australian Languages". In The Handbook of Language Contact, 717-740. Wiley.

  2. Dis, that and da other: Variation in Aboriginal children's article and demonstrative use at school

    Bibliography

    Fraser, Henry, Mushin, Ilana, Meakins, Felicity, Gardner, Rod, Wigglesworth, Gillian, Simpson, Jane, and Vaughan, Jill. 2017. "Dis, that and da other: Variation in Aboriginal children's article and demonstrative use at school". In Language practices of Indigenous children and youth: the transition from home to school, 237-269. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

  3. Language Practices of Mbya Guarani Children in a Community-Based Bilingual School

    Bibliography

    Pinho Feller, Nayalin, and Vaughan, Jill. 2018. "Language Practices of Mbya Guarani Children in a Community-Based Bilingual School". In Language Practices of Indigenous Children and Youth: The Transition from Home to School, 173-204. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

  4. From Home to School in Multilingual Arnhem Land: the Development of Yirrkala School’s Bilingual Curriculum

    Bibliography

    Morales, Gemma, Vaughan, Jill, and Ganambarr-Stubbs, Merrkiyawuy. 2018. "From Home to School in Multilingual Arnhem Land: the Development of Yirrkala School’s Bilingual Curriculum". In Language Practices of Indigenous Children and Youth: The Transition from Home to School, Palgrave Macmillan.

  5. Language Practices of Indigenous Children and Youth: The Transition from Home to School

    Bibliography

    Gillian Wigglesworth, Jane Simpson, and Jill Vaughan. 2018. Language Practices of Indigenous Children and Youth: The Transition from Home to School. UK : Palgrave Macmillan.

Paul Vrbik Former Research Fellow (UQ Node)

Paul Vrbik

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (UQ Node)
  • Program: Technology
Jason Weigel PhD Graduate (UQ Node)

Jason Weigel

  • Title: PhD Graduate (UQ Node)
  • Program: Technology
  • Institution: GovHack

Recent Publications

  1. Spatiotemporal Aspects of Engagement during Dialogic Storytelling Child–Robot Interaction

    Bibliography

    Scott Heath, Gautier Durantin, Marie Boden, Kristyn Sommer, Jonathan Taufatofua, Ola Olsson, Paul Pounds, Jason Weigel, and Janet Wiles. 2017. "Spatiotemporal Aspects of Engagement during Dialogic Storytelling Child–Robot Interaction." Frontiers in Robotics and AI. 4: doi: 10.3389/frobt.2017.00027.

  2. Hand in hand: Tools and techniques for understanding children’s touch with a social robot

    Bibliography

    Kristyn Sommer, Janet Wiles, Marie Boden, Joshua Riddell, Mark Nielsen, Paul Pounds, Nikodem Rybak, Virginia Slaughter, Michael Smith, Jonathan Taufatofua, Peter Worthy, and Jason Weigel. 2016. "Hand in hand: Tools and techniques for understanding children’s touch with a social robot". In 2016 11th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI), 437-438. Christchurch, New Zealand.

  3. Social cardboard: Pretotyping a social ethnodroid in the wild.

    Bibliography

    Janet Wiles, Peter Worthy, Kristyn Sommer, Marie Boden, Scott Heath, Paul Pounds, Nikodem Rybak, Michael Smith, Jonathan Taufatofua, and Jason Weigel. 2016. "Social cardboard: Pretotyping a social ethnodroid in the wild.". In 11th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI), 531-532. Christchurch, NZ.

  4. Lingodroids: Investigating grounded color relations using a social robot for children

    Bibliography

    Scott Heath, Kristyn Sommer, Marie Boden, Jonathan Taufatofua, Jason Weigel, and Janet Wiles. 2016. "Lingodroids: Investigating grounded color relations using a social robot for children". In 2016 11th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI), 435-436. Christchurch, New Zealand.

James Whang Former Research Fellow (WSU Node)

James Whang

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (WSU Node)
  • Program: Processing
  • Institution: IDeaL/Saarland University

Recent Publications

  1. Non-native vowel perception in a 4IAX task: The effects of acoustic distance.

    Bibliography

    Alba Tuninetti, James Whang, and Paola Escudero. 2019. "Non-native vowel perception in a 4IAX task: The effects of acoustic distance.". In Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia, 2019,

Mengyue Wu PhD Graduate (UM Node)

Mengyue Wu

  • Title: PhD Graduate (UM Node)
  • Program: Processing
  • Institution: University of Melbourne

Recent Publications

  1. Perception and production of Cantonese tones by speakers with different linguistic experiences

    Bibliography

    Mengyue Wu. 2017. Perception and production of Cantonese tones by speakers with different linguistic experiences. Melbourne : University of Melbourne PhD Thesis.

  2. Native prosodic systems and learning experience shape production of non-native tones

    Bibliography

    Mengyue Wu, Janet Fletcher, Rikke Bundgaard-Nielsen, and Brett Baker. 2016. "Native prosodic systems and learning experience shape production of non-native tones". In Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2016, 587-591. Boston, USA.

  3. Perception of Cantonese tones by Mandarin speakers

    Bibliography

    Janet Fletcher, Mengyue Wu, Rikke Bundgaard-Nielsen, Brett Baker, and Catherine Best. 2015. "Perception of Cantonese tones by Mandarin speakers". In Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, Scotland.

Kakeru Yazawa PhD Graduate (WSU Node)

Kakeru Yazawa

  • Title: PhD Graduate (WSU Node)
  • Program: Processing/Learning
  • Institution: Waseda University
Yarjis Xueqing Zhong PhD Graduate (ANU Node)

Yarjis Xueqing Zhong

  • Title: PhD Graduate (ANU Node)
  • Program: Learning/Shape
  • Institution: Australian National University

Recent Publications

  1. Rescuing a Language from Extinction: Documentation and Practical Steps for the Revitalisation of (Western) Yugur

    Bibliography

    Yarjis Xueqing Zhong. 2019. Rescuing a Language from Extinction: Documentation and Practical Steps for the Revitalisation of (Western) Yugur. Canberra : Australian National University Ph D Thesis.

Yvonne Yu Former Research Fellow (UQ Node)

Yvonne Yu

  • Title: Former Research Fellow (UQ Node)
  • Program: Technology
  • Australian Government
  • The University of Queensland
  • Australian National University
  • The University of Melbourne
  • Western Sydney University